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SN 694: The SQLite RCE Flaw
Dec 19, 2018
- Rhode Island's response to Google's recent API flaw
- Signal's response to Australia's anti-encryption legislation
- The return of PewDiePie
- US border agents retaining traveler's private data
- This Week in Android Hijinks
- Confusion surrounding the Windows v5 release
- Another Facebook API mistake
- The 8th annual most common passwords list (AKA "How's 'monkey' doing?")
- Why all might not be lost if someone is hit with drive encrypting malware
- Microsoft's recent 4-month run of 0-day vulnerability patches
- The Firefox 64 update
- A reminder of an awesome train game for iOS, Mac and Android
- A look at a new and very troubling flaw discovered in the massively widespread SQLite library... and what we can do.
We invite you to read our show notes.
Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte
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